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Fire Causes Damage at Sukup Steel Structures

All employees were evacuated safely at Ambridge, PA, facility

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Sukup Steel Structures, Ambridge, PA, was extensively damaged in a Saturday morning fire, while the workers inside were safely evacuated, reports TRIB Live.

The five-alarm fire is under investigation.

Ambridge Fire Chief Robert Gottschalk said about 10 employees were working in the plant when they spotted the fire and reported it.

“As a family-owned business, first and foremost we are relieved that no employees were injured in this fire,” Sukup representative Rachel Geilenfeld told TRIB Live. “We will be communicating instructions directly with employees and assessing damage to the property.”

Sukup Steel Structures is a subsidiary of Sukup Manufacturing Co. with headquarters in Sheffield, IA. It makes steel products including farm and commercial grain bins, material handling equipment and steel buildings.

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